By Rolf Haug
The 2007 Spring assembly of the Arbeitskreis Festkörperphysik used to be held in Regensburg, Germany, among March 26 and March 30 2007 together with the 71st Annual assembly of the Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft. This year's assembly was once one in all the most important physics conferences in Europe.
The current quantity forty seven of the Advances in stable nation Physics comprises the written model of a giant variety of the invited talks and offers an summary of the current prestige of sturdy country physics the place low-dimensional structures equivalent to quantum dots and quantum wires are dominating. the significance of magnetic fabrics and the current day curiosity into magnetism is mirrored via the massive variety of contributions to the half facing ferromagnetic movies and debris. essentially the most fascinating achievements of the final couple of years is the profitable program of electric contacts and the research of a unmarried layer of graphene. This fascinating physics is roofed partly IV of this booklet. Terahertz physics is one other speedily relocating box that's provided the following through 5 contributions. Achievements in sturdy kingdom physics are just not often attainable and not using a thorough wisdom of fabric physics. hence, the final components of this booklet conceal fabric aspects.
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Advances Solid State Physics, Vol. 47 (2008)(en)(364s) by Rolf Haug